This guy slays me. He is the definition of poppin.
Nonstop DUBSTEPPIN to a Butch Clancey remix of
Pumped up Kicks by Foster The People. Enjoy and
let me know what you think.
I’m a little late to the dubstep bandwagon, and since the Weetabix commercial, a lot of folks say it’s jumped the shark already.
I don’t care, I just dig the music (the good stuff, that is).
This guy has gotta be part cyborg, he rocks it VERY clean; something I aspired to in my pop-lockin’ days in junior high circa ‘82 or so.
P.S. About the Weetabix advert:
Also, dubstep makes a great power source for laser guns:
I’m glad to see you still stop by once and a while bro. Thanks for the links. I like the Dubstep Guns video.
It’s true I haven’t been by in a while, but I haven’t forgotten this place, and realized I don’t comment enough.
I’ve rectified that a bit today and went back through a few pages worth, commenting on what tickled my fancy.
Thanks for this blog, it’s always an enjoyable stop on my web travels, I’ll try and swing by more often.
Maybe I should figure out what this RSS stuff is all about…
Like they say in Kauai, No Ka Oy…none better. This guy rules the pop-n-lock universe. The time and motion control he hasis out of this world. The reflections of cars on a highway can be seen in the background proving that real time recording was rolling. I’m convinced this guy is for real and not a video effect…awesome clip Fred.
Those are my favorite moves, when he slows and does stop motion. I’m amazed Dave.
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